A Japanese official says opposition to Japan's whaling program is a kind of "eco-imperialism".
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It appears that cup colour plays a big part in the way coffee drinkers perceive the taste of their morning cuppa.
Countering the claim that texting is ruining spines.
Every ten minutes in Australia someone has a heart attack.
The pain might not match what women endure during childbirth, but it at least offers a taste.
The race to be ready for the launch of the world's first commercial flights from Spaceport America came undone when Virgin Galactic's spaceship broke up over the...
Public transport powered by human waste and sewage could be the next big trend in sustainable energy. For real.
They were also likely to pay for sex while holidaying in sex tourism hotspots, and had higher rates of sexually transmitted infections.
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A passionate kiss lasting more than 10 seconds can transfer as many as 80 million bacteria to the other person, according to a study.
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